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Purdue University Libraries & Press: From Collaboration To Integration, James L. Mullins, Charles Watkinson Oct 2013

Purdue University Libraries & Press: From Collaboration To Integration, James L. Mullins, Charles Watkinson

Libraries Faculty and Staff Presentations

These are the slides from an invited joint presentation given at the Ithaka Sustainable Scholarship Conference, held in New York on October 22, 2013. It was part of a session entitled “The Evolving Digital Landscape: New Roles and Responsibilities in Higher Education." More about the meeting is available at: http://www.ithaka.org/conference/ithaka-sustainable-scholarship-2013


The Many Shades Of Open Access: The History And Future Of Open Access Initiatives At Purdue University, David Scherer Sep 2013

The Many Shades Of Open Access: The History And Future Of Open Access Initiatives At Purdue University, David Scherer

Libraries Faculty and Staff Presentations

For an area with the common goal of providing free online public access to scholarship and research, the ways in which Open Access are accomplished can be very different. Just as there is green, blue, yellow, and gold open access, there can also be different “colors” of open access activities and initiatives. This presentation addresses some of the open access initiatives currently in use and in development at Purdue University to increase access to scholarship. Presented at the 3rd Annual Great Lakes e-Summit Conference, September 23, 2013, Oregon, Ohio.


Purdue University Research Repository (Purr), Michael Witt Sep 2013

Purdue University Research Repository (Purr), Michael Witt

Libraries Faculty and Staff Presentations

Overview of the Purdue University Research Repository (PURR, http://purr.purdue.edu) institutional data repository service and virtual research environment, including its design and development, how it has been promoted and adopted, and how the service is managed. Concludes with six, simple suggestions for ways that repository managers can promote the citation of data in their repositories by users. Presented at the 2013 DataCite Summer Meeting at the National Academy of Sciences, Washington D.C.


Data Information Literacy: Multiple Paths To A Single Goal, Megan R. Sapp Nelson Mar 2013

Data Information Literacy: Multiple Paths To A Single Goal, Megan R. Sapp Nelson

Libraries Faculty and Staff Presentations

This lightning talk presentation briefly covers each DIL team's experience working with a specific discipline and their response to identified data management/curation needs.


Data Information Literacy: Multiple Paths To A Single Goal, Jake Carlson, Sarah Wright, Brian Westra, Jon Jeffryes Jan 2013

Data Information Literacy: Multiple Paths To A Single Goal, Jake Carlson, Sarah Wright, Brian Westra, Jon Jeffryes

Libraries Faculty and Staff Presentations

The Institute of Museum and Library Services funded a two-year project for five teams (each made up of two librarians, one of whom specialized in data services, and a faculty researcher) from four institutions (Purdue University, University of Oregon, University of Minnesota, and Cornell University) to examine the data information literacy needs of graduate student researchers. After identifying the needs of their audience each team developed a tailored approach to bring instruction to their respective graduate students. The involvement of a faculty researcher in each team and pre-instruction interviews of graduate students ensured that the program developed was indeed relevant ...


Developing An Understanding Of Data Management Education: A Report From The Data Information Literacy Project, Jake Carlson, Lisa Johnston, Brian Westra, Mason Nichols Jan 2013

Developing An Understanding Of Data Management Education: A Report From The Data Information Literacy Project, Jake Carlson, Lisa Johnston, Brian Westra, Mason Nichols

Libraries Faculty and Staff Presentations

This paper describes the initial results from the Data Information Literacy (DIL) project designed to identify the educational needs of graduate students across a variety of science disciplines and respond with effective educational interventions to meet those needs. The DIL project consists of five teams in disparate disciplines from four academic institutions in the United States. The project teams include a data librarian, a subject-specialist librarian, and a faculty member representing a disciplinary group of students. Interviews of the students and faculty members present a detailed snapshot of graduate student needs in data management education. Following our study, educational programs ...